SWEET – $2.21 MONEYMAKER on Busy Bone Dog Treats at Publix!

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The Purina Busy Bone Dog Treats are BOGO $3.79 in the new weekly ad. There is a $2/1 Publix Dog Treats coupon that is available to combine with your newspaper coupons to score these for free plus a $2.21 moneymaker for every two you buy. Here’s how to do the deal:

Use two $2/1 Purina Dog Treat or Snack 4-25 oz Publix printable store coupons
and use one $2/2 Purina Busy Brand Chew Treats manufacturer coupon, 6/17 SS newspaper insert (or use two $1/1 coupons from the 4/29 SS insert)

Thanks to I Heart Publix for the tip.

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  1. melissa says:

    I’m soooooo sad :( . I used this coupon for the beggin strips(or mike bone-can’t remember) deal a few weeks ago, and now can’t print anymore.

  2. Thanks Steve!!!! Thumper and Precious (my dogs) are going to be delighted to have these again.

  3. Hey steve thanks for the tip Q: The 2/1 mani in 06/17 ss is that a regional coupon?

    • It does look like the newspaper insert coupons were regional. You probably have time to order some from a clipping service or ebay and get them before the sale ends.

  4. I did not get that coupon in the Smart Source. Bummer……

  5. Anna Jarvis says:

    Me too and i got 14 papers this time GRRRR

  6. Just a heads up if you’re planning on getting these for your pooch — I’m not sure if we just got a bad bag or something, but we got a couple of these treats for our yorkie and it made her very sick. The vet suggested we stay away from them, and even the animal shelter wouldn’t take them because they’ve had negative experiences with them. It’s a nice moneymaker, but not worth risking your dog’s health (if your dog is affected negatively by these).

    • Personally I haven’t had any problems with them health wise. But my dogs eat these and their slobber gets on the bone and it puts icky white goo on my floor! And my dogs are pit bulls, they’re not a slobbery breed :/